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How an Engineering Approach to Automotive Software Quality Puts the Brakes on Defects
By Alan Zeichick on September 22, 2016

By Alan Zeichick (Principal Analyst at Camden Associates) and Arthur Hicken, Chief Evangelist at Parasoft  Cars are more complex than ever, and...

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Automotive Software Engineering Defects on the Rise
By Alan Zeichick on August 25, 2016

"It takes dozens of microprocessors running 100 million lines of code to get a premium car out of the driveway, and this software is only going...

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Quantifying the Risk of Automotive Software Failures: The SRR Warranty and Recall Report
By Alan Zeichick on August 11, 2016

The costs of an automobile recall can be immense for an OEM automobile or light truck manufacturer – and potentially ruinous for a member of the...

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How a Medical Device Co. Cut Testing Costs in Half
By Parasoft on August 6, 2015

Bovie Medical Corp. is a leading maker of medical devices and supplies as well as the developer of J-Plasma®, a patented new plasma-based surgical...

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How to Leverage Automotive Software Development Standards to Mitigate Risk
By Parasoft on July 9, 2015

Some organizations view compliance with ISO 26262, MISRA, and other standards as an overhead-boosting burden, but the truth is that the cost of...

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Static Analysis & Development Testing for Embedded Devices
By Parasoft on May 6, 2013

By Jason Schadewald, Product Manager at Parasoft You know those conversations that you have more times than you can count? Well, I recently had...

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Embedded Software Testing at Center of Voting Machine Row
By Parasoft on November 8, 2012

Not even software escapes political partisanship as a newly-installed voting machine software module came under scrutiny on Tuesday due to a lack...

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